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The Sonny Side

Now he’s gone I don’t know why
And ’til this day, sometimes I cry
He didn’t even say goodbye
He didn’t take the time to lie… 134 more words


joseph jarman | song for (1966)

Following Roscoe Mitchell’s Sound, alto saxophonist Joseph Jarman was the second AACM member to enter the studio with Delmark Records’ Chuck Nessa, emerging with… 1,344 more words


March 24 in San Antonio history...

1915 – World War I
After the failure of Anglo-French forces to capture the Dardanelles (and the Turkish capital of Constantinople) by sea, it is reported that troops have been landed on Gallipoli and a land invasion is imminent. 62 more words


Tin Dog's sound advice

There, on the bottom of the receipt from Saturday’s record-digging expedition, are words to live by.


I didn’t notice that until I got the record all the way home from… 327 more words


roscoe mitchell sextet | sound (1966)

Sound was, and is, a tremendously important recording. It was the first document of the then-young Association for the Advancement of Creative Musicians (AACM), among the first recorded appearances for most of these musicians, and a first step towards the formation of the Art Ensemble of Chicago a few years later. 1,510 more words